# Example Math Reflection

This assignment was a great learning experience for me. While completing the assignment, I used many of the analyzing tools that we were previously introduced to in class. The tools we used to analyze the data were: mean, median, calculating outliers, linear regression/correlation coefficient and scatter plots. After completing this assignment, I now know how to better use these tools to study and interpret data. Analyzing tools can help us determine the story of the data. When we found things such as mean and outliers, we made interpretations of what these calculations said about the data and the people surveyed. These calculations also caused us to make interpretations about external factors that could have affected the data; this is important for statisticians to know how to do. If I could do this assignment again in the future, I would most likely choose a different topic. I would choose a topic that I am more interested in so I would enjoy researching about it more. Another thing I would do is, possibly collect that data on my own rather than obtaining it from a secondary source. If I was to collect the data on my own, I would be more aware on things such as types of bias during surveying, and factors affecting the data. This assignment allowed us to be creative and try something that is typically not done in math classes. Overall, I enjoyed this project and think that it is a good way for students to project what they learned in this course.
This assignment was a great learning experience for me. While completing the assignment, I used many of the analyzing tools that we were previously introduced to in class. The tools we used to analyze the data were: mean, median, calculating outliers, linear regression/correlation coefficient and scatter plots. After completing this assignment, I now know how to better use these tools to study and interpret data. Analyzing tools can help us determine the story of the data. When we found things such as mean and outliers,...